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Title Spectroscopic properties of rare earths in optical materials / Guokui Liu, Bernard Jacquier (eds.)
Published Berlin : Springer ; Tsinghua : Tsinghua University Press, 2005
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Description 1 online resource (xvi, 550 pages) : illustrations
Series Springer series in materials science, 0933-033X ; 83
Springer series in materials science ; 83. 0933-033X
Contents Electronic Energy Level Structure -- Transition Intensities -- Ion-phonon Interactions -- Line Broadening Mechanisms and Their Measurement -- Up-conversions in RE-doped Solids -- Current Topics in Rare-earth Lasers -- Rare Earth Materiais in Optical Storage and Data Processing Applications -- Rare Earth Doped Confined Structures for Lasers and Amplifiers -- Rare Earth Luminescent Centers in Organic and Biochemical Compounds -- Rare Earth Ions in Advanced X-ray Imaging Materials
Summary Aimed at researchers and graduate students, this book provides up-to-date information about the electronic interactions that impact the optical properties of rare earth ions in solids. Its goal is to establish a connection between fundamental principles and the materials properties of rare-earth activated luminescent and laser optical materials. The theoretical survey and introduction to spectroscopic properties covers electronic energy level structure, intensities of optical transitions, ion-phonon interactions, line broadening, and energy transfer and up-conversion. An important aspect of th
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Subject Optical materials -- Microstructure.
Rare earth metals -- Spectra.
Form Electronic book
Author Liu, Guokui.
Jacquier, Bernard.
LC no. 2004114853
ISBN 9783540282099
3540282092
9783540238867 (Cloth)
3540238867 (Cloth)
9787302074090 (Tsinghua University Press ; hd. bd.)
7302074097 (Tsinghua University Press ; hd. bd.)
6610460736
9786610460731
(Springer)
(Tsinghua Univ. Press)